CBS4's Bobeth Yates reports on the expanded efforts to slow the spread of COVID. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3pKvcTM
Florida Education Waiver Aids Students, Schools Amid PandemicAnswering the question of how the state would handle standardized testing this year, the Florida Department of Education issued an emergency order Friday waiving accountability measures tied to state exams.
South Florida Officials Urge CDC To Lift Restrictions On Cruising IndustryJust one day after Florida filed a lawsuit against the federal government and the CDC to demand cruise ships be allowed to begin sailing immediately, cruise executives along with local politicians, and hospitality and tourism industry leaders are holding a news conference at PortMiami on Friday afternoon.
New Pop-Up Vaccination Site Opens Monday In Pompano BeachThe Larkins Community Center site will be open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. You will need an appointment.
Infectious Disease Specialist Involved With Moderna Vaccine Trial Discusses Its EffectivenessCBS4's Frances Wang spoke with Dr. Susanne Doblecki-Lewis, the clinical director for the division of infectious diseases at the University of Miami.
COVID Stats Snapshot 4-8-21The Florida Department of Health reported another 7,939 new coronavirus cases on Thursday.
Another Big Turnout For COVID Vaccines Across South Florida SitesCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports the J&J one-shot vaccine is in high demand.
New Research Reveals Psychological Imapct Of COVIDScientists in England found people diagnosed with COVID-19 are at a greater risk of developing a range of psychological and neurological conditions.
Broward Health Is Now Upping Its Game In The COVID FightCBS4's Joan Murray has more on the new monoclonal antibody treatment.
Even As Daily Vaccination Rates Soar, New Daily Cases Tick UpCBS4's Natalie Brand reports from the White House.
COVID Stats Snapshot 4-7-21The Florida Department of Health reported another 5,885 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday.
Broward Votes To Ease COVID Restrictions In FutureCBS4's Joan Murray reports restrictions will be relaxed once the adult vaccination rate reaches 50% and the positivity rate remains under 5% for 10 consecutive days.
More Than 6 Million People In Florida Have Received At Least One Dose Of A Coronavirus VaccineOf those 6 million, nearly 4 million of them have completed their vaccinations.
COVID Vaccine Demand Remains High After Eligibility Age DropCBS4's Ted Scouten shares the details.
As Vaccination Rates Soar, New Coronavirus Cases Continue To RiseNatalie Brand reports President Biden is calling on all states to make all adults eligible for COVID-19 vaccines by April 19th if they haven’t already done so.
Coronavirus Cases Inching Up Despite Millions Of People Being Vaccinated Every DayNaomi Ruchim reports experts say it's a race against variants of the virus.
COVID Stats Snapshot 4-6-21The Florida Department of Health reported another 5,556 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday.
President Biden Takes Major Step Forward In Effort To Vaccinate Americans Against COVIDCBS4's Natalie Brand has more from the White House.
Miami Beach Cancels South Beach CurfewThe curfew had been put in place to control the spring break chaos.
Changes At Miami-Dade College North Campus Vaccination SiteBrooke Shafer reports the MDC site will be administering Johnson & Johnson single dose vaccine for those seeking shot.
Medical Experts Say COVID Protocols Keeping Flu Spread DownCBS4's Keith Jones explains. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/2PvbcbW
Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Announces Countywide Curfew To Be Lifted April 12CBS4's Bobeth Yates shares the details from the Miami-Dade mayor's press conference.
Norwegian Cruises Wants To Resume Sailing From US Ports In JulyNorwegian says its cruise lines will require that all passengers and crew members vaccinated against COVID-19 at least two weeks before the trip.
Power Of Internet Sales Kept Key Largo Fisheries Afloat During PandemicCBS4's Hank Tester shares how Key Largo Fisheries pivoted during the pandemic.
COVID Stats Snapshot 4-5-21The Florida Department of Health reported another 3,480 new coronavirus cases on Monday.